By Jeanne Loup. Dining Room. Published at Monday, March 05th, 2018 - 03:08:15 AM.
In years past, the dining room was a space for pomp and circumstance. And while today’s gatherings are much more casual affairs—one could argue that the traditional formal space has been replaced by the in-kitchen breakfast nook—there’s no doubt that celebratory meals take on even greater significance in a room that’s carefully considered and elegantly laid out, no matter the style. Take these sumptuous dining areas from the pages of AD: Whether soaring or intimate, each one embodies the spirit and personality of its owner, providing comfort while making guests feel right at home. (Then click ahead for a selection of the year’s best kitchens.) They may just inspire you to make good use of the more formal space in your own home.
Keep the room filled with neutrals and layer them in for a relaxed, laid-back feel. This look goes great with rustic wooden floors.Blue ceramic accents will add a touch of hominess to any room. It’s a calming color that is traditionally underutilized for dining rooms, which will make it feel all the more whimsical and fun.
Much of the bench space in a horizontal dining table is often under-utilised. This is particularly true for those who live alone. So a dining table could easily be built around part of a wall like this one by interior architects Architude Design. It frees up precious floor space and looks perfectly stylish.
Most people struggle a lot trying to achieve uniformity with their interior designs. However, there is nothing wrong with using a variety of designs and décor. In fact, it saves you the trouble of having to buy your furniture in sets. Your creativity and classiness is also showcased when you mix and match furniture. he dining room provides you with an excellent opportunity to display your sense of style and personality. This can be done through the furniture choice, the designs, colors and even the dining table setting. When it comes to the dining room, you should not be afraid to mix the furniture, as there is no rule that says everything should be uniform.
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